Goldsborough is a rural locality 6 km north-west of Dunolly and 170 km north-west of Melbourne.

Goldsborough is the site of the Dunolly homestead built by the pastoralist Archibald McDougall. When the Dunolly township was formed in 1857 the homestead site was known as Old Dunolly. It was renamed Goldsborough, not because of the gold discovery there in 1855, but after the leasehold pastoralist, Richard Goldsborough, who later was a partner in the woolbroking firm, Goldsborough Mort and Co.

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